The Olney Chamber of Commerce quarterly lunch was held at the Sassy Heifer Tuesday, March 23. Mitch Kipp, the regional coordinator from Senator Drew Springer’s office (SD 30), attended the event. The executive director, Deidre Choat-Brown, said there were 32 guests from approximately 17 businesses present.
On Thursday, March 25, Olney Hamilton Hospital Foundation President Lewis Farmer was present for the installation of the new exam tables at the Archer Family Clinic.
Mon. Baked fish, rice pilaf, Brussel sprouts, bread, cookies
Olney City Council met Monday, March 29, to decide on the City Secretary position. The Council voted to hire Tammy Hourigan out of Archer City as the new City secretary. The Council also voted to promote the interim City secretary, Arpegea Pagsuberon, to the assistant City administrator.
“We were blessed with the opportunity to organize and hold a community egg hunt. It was fun for children of all ages. The greatest blessing of the day was to also be able to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the kids and their families. The Gospel message of Jesus Christ and His resurrection can change lives forever. We want to say thank you to the awesome volunteers and kids who wiped out 2500 eggs in less that 20 minutes!”